Review: Book: Triton’s Academy- Aleera Anaya Ceres


Title: Triton’s Academy

Series: A Daughter of Triton Series Book 1

Author’s Name: Aleera Anaya Ceres

Publisher: Self-Published

Genre: YA Romance/Academy

Page Count: 263 Pages


Author or Book Website: N/A

Link to Amazon purchase page: Triton’s Academy

Link to Goodreads: Triton’s Academy

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: ARC

Summary of the Book:

What’s worse than being the smiling, obedient daughter of the greatest war general in Atlantis?

Being the only female chosen to attend an all male academy.

As one of the most prestigious schools on the island, Triton’s Academy caters to the big, the brawny, and the worthy. Only the most elite mermen are chosen to become warriors, protectors of Atlantis.

And I, Calliope Solandis, can’t figure out why the oracle chose me.

Nothing at the academy is like I imagined; it’s worse. But to fulfill a lifelong dream, I’ll face the brutal truth of a warrior’s training and test my body and mind in ways I never knew were possible. Neither the pain, the bullies, or even four annoyingly handsome mermen will dissuade me from making my father proud.

Because I will prove to everyone at this misogynistic school just how powerful a mermaid can truly be.

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I have always had a things for merfolks and the mysteries of the ocean. This book had a way of pulling into the world of Calliope and her struggles. There are limits put on the women of this society. A little of that changes when the oracle picks Calliope to attend Triton’s Academy and she is the first woman to be chose. That are some mixed emotions and feelings of what happens once she is there. I have a feeling there is much more to her and she will find it along the way. I have some idea what is going to come next but I will hold out saying them here. I ready for the next book.

My Rating of the Book: 4 1/2 Stars

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